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South Central Pennsylvania Fishing Report – January 30th, 2015

Susquehanna River  — Koinonia Guide Service reported that, before ice formed, walleyes, bass, flathead catfish, quillbacks, carp and gizzard shad were hitting on swim baits, stick baits, jigs with soft plastics and jigs with minnows. The biggest bass was 20-plus inches, and the nicest walleye was 22 inches. The flatheads ran up to 7 pounds, and the carp up to 30 inches. Once freezing conditions took over, ramps at the access in Dauphin County were iced over.

Little Juniata River (Huntington County) — As of Jan. 15, water had a little color, was in the low 40s, and had fallen below average for winter. TCO Fly Shop recommended nymphing the deep, dark water where there was enough flow to move flies along. Hatches included tiny blue-winged olives (20-22) and midges (20-24) on milder days. Earlier in the winter, some nice-size browns and rainbow trout were reported on Green Caddis Larvae patterns (14-18) and streamers.

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